Moon Void Tarot Shadow Workbook
Moon Void Tarot

Moon Void Tarot Shadow Workbook

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What is Shadow Work and how do I do it?

That is one of the things I'm asked most frequently. The shadow contains the unconscious parts of ourselves we reject, fear, and deem unworthy or unlovable. Our shadow manifests itself when we are triggered by certain behaviors in others or as a response to stressful situations.

Shadow work aims to bring those aspects to our conscious awareness in order to heal and grow. 

In this 21 page printable pdf workbook I have put together everything you need to begin your shadow work practice using tarot. The spreads and journal prompts can be used over and over as you work through different aspects of your shadow in a safe space of your own choosing, without judgement or pressure.

Print the workbook, or use your own special shadow work journal to keep track of your tarot spreads, intuitive guidance, and ah-ha moments along the way.

What you'll find in this workbook:

- Tarot spreads to uncover your shadow aspects and how to work through painful patterns and the past with compassion and curiosity

- Tarot archetypes for shadow work and journaling prompts to dive deeper into the medicine within cards such as The Nine of Swords, Death, Judgement, and more

- Post shadow work integration, taking a look at using EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) or Tapping as a method of reprogramming our subconscious to help heal


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Everything within this workbook is from my own practice using methods I developed over the course of my own shadow work. I am not a medical professional, nor does this workbook replace professional mental health services. The tarot spreads and journal prompts within this workbook are meant to serve as a companion to your tarot and spiritual practice.


The artwork of the Moon Void Tarot is inspired by Stefanie's personal interpretations of each card's meaning. She has combined traditional symbolism with an innovative and modern approach. Instead of a parade of characters, there is one central character - The Fool, who embodies each archetypal energy as she makes her journey through the 78 cards. While keeping the suits and all card names the same as more traditional decks, such as the Rider Waite Smith - Stefanie has done away with the gender implications of the court cards. Instead, she has broken each card down into it's elemental combination using alchemical symbols and animal spirit guides. 
Tarot is the journey of the self, and the vessel of communication between our physical bodies and the Universe. While deeply personal, there is a wonderfully supportive community at all levels that support Tarot.